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UTC Building & Industrial Systems sells Hall & Kay Fire Engineering to INTEGRAL

Scott-Macon's Industrial & Automotive Group serves as financial advisor to UTC Building & Industrial Systems

December 2014

H&K and Integral

UTC Building & Industrial Systems announced the sale of Hall & Kay Fire Engineering to INTEGRAL UK Limited. Scott-Macon’s Industrial & Automotive Group served as the exclusive financial adviser to UTC Building & Industrial Systems on this transaction.

Hall & Kay Fire Engineering is a leading provider in the design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of active fixed fire protection systems across the United Kingdom.

Integral UK Ltd is the leading independently owned Mechanical, Electrical and Fabric property maintenance business in the UK, providing both Planned Preventative and Reactive Maintenance to over 1,600 clients in 60,000 locations.

About UTC Building & Industrial Systems

As a unit of United Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX), UTC Building & Industrial Systems is a leading provider of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, building controls and automation, and fire and security solutions.

About Scott-Macon’s Industrial & Automotive Group and M&A Services

Scott Macon’s industrial and automotive financial services clients have included domestic and foreign publicly-traded and privately-owned companies as well as private equity firms. The industrial and automotive industry group includes professionals with over 25 years of experience in providing industrial and automotive merger and acquisition, financing, valuation and strategic advisory services to a global client base.

Scott-Macon’s professionals custom tailor the firm’s services to meet the specific objectives for our clients, helping them to reach their individual goals. Advising clients on middle market merger and acquisitions in a broad range of industries, Scott-Macon’s M&A professionals have extensive experience. Our clients have ranged from large global corporations looking to expand their existing operations to private equity funds seeking to build a new or existing portfolio investment.

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